Monthly Archives: March 2017

To Dance or Not To Be

Posted by Len Wallick


If there is one constant in the universe, it is continuous motion. Even so, natural motion does not resemble clockwork so much as it resonates with dance. Today, Len Wallick suggests you think of astrological motions as a dance you can choose to emulate by simply moving as you never have before: a first step.

Scholar: Moscow Sees Hypocrisy in Allegations After U.S. Interfered in Russian Elections in 1990s

Posted by Planet Waves


Trump has faced a growing crisis over allegations his campaign colluded with Russia ahead of the 2016 election. On Thursday, reports surfaced that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is seeking immunity from prosecution in exchange for his testimony to the FBI and congressional investigators.

Four Winds Report for March 31, 2017

Posted by Planet Waves


Mercury leaves Aries and moves into Taurus today. See if you don’t feel your common sense kicking in a bit better. Mercury in Taurus may focus your mind on more artistic pursuits than usual, and favors learning by doing (rather than reading about something). If you have to deal with financial matters, this is a favorable placement for the planet of the mind.

Planet Waves Daily Oracle for Friday, March 31, 2017

Posted by Planet Waves


If you recently made any agreements that you’re inclined to regret, I suggest you give the situation(s) some time and see what works out. There is plenty that you don’t know, and plenty of information forthcoming. While not every last bit of it would go in the “pleasant surprise” category, you can be truly thankful for some things.

Aries New Moon Moonshine Horoscope

Posted by Len Wallick


Indications are that you now have the means to settle some previously unresolved personal issues. As a first step, it would help to be mindful of what makes you different from the person you were only a year ago. It’s possible your life’s experience over the last 12 months or so includes the acquisition of either the tangible resources or information you need to tie up some long-loose ends.

Amnesty: Hundreds of Iraqi Civilians Killed in U.S. Airstrikes After Being Told Not to Flee Mosul

Posted by Planet Waves


The Iraq War started 14 years ago this month, and it is showing no signs of letting up. Since Donald Trump took office, the U.S. military has expanded its aerial bombing campaign targeting areas held by the Islamic State. The Air Force Times is reporting U.S.-backed military aircraft have dropped over 2,000 bombs on Mosul so far this month.